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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 14, April 2, 2000, Article 2

CALL OF THE CONDER 

   Allan Davisson writes: "I have a question:  I assume that some 
   19th century American cataloger started using the term "Conder 
   tokens" for what Dalton and Hamer call the Provincial Token 
   Coinage of the 19th Century.  The British find the title strange 
   or amusing or both.  Since Dalton and Hamer were not published 
   until 1910 and following and Atkins was published in 1892, a 
   19th century listing referencing Conder's catalogs seems a logical 
   starting point. But I wonder where the appellation began." 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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